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Massage Mat, orthopedic for feet with their hands

Massage Mat, orthopedic for feet with their hands

Restoring an Old Trunk i’m States from Newfoundland. The dimensions are approx. 32 in. wide x 20 in. deep x 22 in. high. All of the edges are metal, and there are metal straps and leather handles. It is covered in a material that is torn in places.

How can I tell if it is leather or canvas? Should the wood beneath it be removed? I’ve seen that I’ve been deciduous with polyurethane. What should I do?

Josie from Fairfax, VA
Restoring An Old Trunk

I would leave the trunk as is! So often, it will make it like a reproduction piece. Often times, restoration takes away the character of the piece. Clean the trunk, by gently wiping over it. I would like to display the trunk. Be sure to write down the paper. (03/05/2008)

By sharon Restoring An Old Trunk

Josie, I just saw this piece you wrote. I hope you haven't done anything yet. If I should refinish it. Her reply stopped me dead in my tracks. It is a simple way to find out how to travel. Made me re-think all my treasures. Just a different view point. (03/05/2008)

By keeper Restoring An Old Trunk

I bought a George Burroughs Milons Milwaukee trunk for $ 5. I’m making it a little bit different. The handles are leather. I can tell you how to use it? (05/30/2008)

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